“St. Francis had the idea that animals are our brothers and sisters, and through them we see the goodness of God”
Pet Honoring Memorial Ceremonies provide a deeply special time to honor, love and celebrate the lives of our animal companions, our special relationship with them and all they gave us. They provide support, emotional healing and help with grieving a pet death.
I hold a free monthly Pet Honoring Memorial Service.
In addition, I offer private Pet Honoring Memorial Services.
A consultation is done prior to get to know you and your pet and the love shared. During the memorial, a dedication is created to signify the specialness of your pet and your relationship. Time is given for both inner and outer reflection and prayer. A special intro and closing are also created.
The memorial ceremony is orchestrated with a deep connection to Spirit. Sacred items and ceremonial display complement and enhance the event.
Memorials can be indoors or outdoors, at a home, a park or just about any location desired. They can be for one or many -family, children and friends can be included. They can be for a dog, cat, rabbit, bird, horse or any family pet.
For those who are long distance yet, would like a private, personalized session, a guided Pet Honoring Memorial Service session can be held through phone communication to help you have your own special time to Honor your loving pet. This works because both Love and Spirit transcends space as well as time. Distance Sessions usually last about half an hour and include a pre-consultation (about half hour) and customized ceremony. In person $95, Private Distance Sessions (phone or skype) – $65
Honoring Memorial ceremonies are an expression of love and gives the gift of Honor and Appreciation back to our Pets. Honoring Ceremonies are designed to ease transition, elevate love and understanding and celebrate life.
For more information please visit www.PetHonoring.com
“Within a few minutes I literally felt a weight being lifted from my heart.”
“There is nothing I can say that can convey what Leigh has done for the both of us; thank you doesn’t even come close…”
*a Certified and Insured Practitioner
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